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The A-Z Greatest Player Poll - Letter N

Who is the greatest 'N'

  • Richie Norman

    Votes: 2 2.7%
  • David Nish

    Votes: 27 37.0%
  • David Nugent

    Votes: 2 2.7%
  • Wilfred Ndidi

    Votes: 40 54.8%
  • Nallis

    Votes: 2 2.7%

  • Total voters
    73
  • Poll closed .

mickyhoss

Cresta! what def hook were we drinking
A is Albrighton
B is for Banks
C is for Chandler
D is for Dougan
E is for Elliott
F is for Fuchs
G is for Glover
H is for Heskey
I is for Izzet
J is for Joachim
K is for Kante
L is for Lineker
M is for Mahrez
 

Bradnor

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I always thought David Nish was very under-rated. There weren't many players in that era who looked equally accomplished at full back or inside forward. And Derby paid a then British record fee for him in 1972. Top player.
 

whissy

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Nish was such a cultured player, like a young Rolls Royce, I loved watching him play.

Hard to look past Wilf but Nish gets my vote.
 

LGFOX

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I don’t get into the ‘Nish off to Derby’ bit. Loads of our players have done that over the years. He really was the complete player. Full back, midfield, the odd goal and an old head on young shoulders. Always looked one of those rare players who had all the time in the world. Sadly didn’t become an England great.
Love Wilf and he’s been a revelation in his 4 years here but Nish gets my vote.
 

Feckit

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I don’t get into the ‘Nish off to Derby’ bit. Loads of our players have done that over the years. He really was the complete player. Full back, midfield, the odd goal and an old head on young shoulders. Always looked one of those rare players who had all the time in the world. Sadly didn’t become an England great.
Love Wilf and he’s been a revelation in his 4 years here but Nish gets my vote.
Don’t forget Nish’s penalties, I think he only missed 1...
 

borebage53

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Nish ran out at a full Hampden Park to play for England and his face was white as a sheet. Let an easy pass skid under his foot for an early throw in to Scotland and never really recovered from it. Polar opposite to Alan Ball who thrived on Hampden. Always up for the fight against the Scots!
 

FlemingtonFox

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Yes, Nish all the way for me. Wasn't he the youngest ever Cup Final captain at the time? I love Wilf, and he may eventually earn the mantle, but he needs to stick around a little longer.
 

AbbotsfordFox

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David Nish scored the first goal i ever saw Leicester score. 7 November 1970. Watford 0 - Leicester City 1. Nish penalty. My first game. I still voted for Wilf!
 

SawboFox

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Didn’t Nalis get hooked after 30 mins for passing to the opposition 4 times in a row? Can’t remember the game. It might even have been his debut.
 
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